Mark Recchi's advice to players is to sign CBA now
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11-16-2012, 10:22 PM
Join Date: Mar 2007
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And the one prior to that was even better. In fact, with the old old CBA, they would have collectively received even more money than 57% of $3.4 billion, maybe 80% according to the arguments in 2004.
So they took a 24% pay cut. And accepted linkage of
% of something they had to define as revenues. And a hard cap of $39 MM-- which meant a midpoint of $31 MM
and floor of $23 MM
This was a 'concession' of gigantic proportions.
Those numbers were miscalculated. The nominal cap for this season was $70M.
You also fail to mention that they passed on better offers and that was the "come crawling" offer where they also did get things re: player movement.
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